It’s a fact, when you are traveling you are more vulnerable. You are away from your community, family, and friends, who you might lean on in a crisis. You can’t take refuge in your home. You have much more limited gear and supplies, you are likely less familiar with the landscape, resources, roads, people and culture in the area where you are traveling. For all of these reasons, you are much more vulnerable, and therefore you must be hyper aware of potentially dangerous situations and prepared for anything. Here are some good tips that will help you keep . . .
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